Don’t Forget to Get Disney+ For a Year on Verizon

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Are you thinking about switching to Verizon Fios for internet? It’s a good time to switch because right now, Verizon Fios is offering a year of Disney+ when you sign up for home internet. This is a great deal for cord cutters who want fast internet and something to watch with it.

To make the deal even better, when you sign up to Fios 100% fiber-optic network 100/100 Mbps for just $39.99/mo*, you get a year of Disney+ on Verizon. ($6.99 a month after that).

Want even faster internet? Verizon has a deal on its Fios Gigabit Connection with speeds up to 940/880 Mbps Internet for $79.99/mo*, with the router included for 3 years and a waived setup charge. You will also get up to a $100 Visa® Prepaid Card when you sign up. This speed is great for streaming on multiple devices, including gaming.

The best part is that Verizon Fios customers who took advantage of the multi-year presale offer with Disney+ can still receive a year of Disney+ from Verizon Fios, followed by their initial subscription. After that they can continue with a normal subscription.

With Disney+ you will find a huge collection of Disney movies and TV shows, including:

  • Movies from the Disney Vault including Star Wars and Marvel Movies
  • The Disney+ library that includes over 5,000 episodes from Disney Channel and Disney Junior shows and Disney Channel original movies of the past.
  • Disney+ will have a wide range of Pixar movies available to stream within the first year.

Disney+ launches on November 12, 2019. A subscription typically costs $6.99/month or $69.99/year.

Even if you are not searching for a new internet provider right now, I encourage you to look around at least yearly. Spending a few hours to shop your internet and TV options could save you a lot of money.

*With auto pay required, plus taxes, equipment and other fees